NEWS

Roma captain Francesco Totti has expressed his disappointment with the departure of Coach Luis Enrique.
Atalanta’s Ezequiel Schelotto wouldn’t turn down the opportunity to play alongside idol Javier Zanetti at Inter next season.
Football agent Ernesto Bronzetti wouldn’t be surprised to see Napoli’s Ezequiel Lavezzi join Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
Fabio Capello has claimed that he had talks with Inter about becoming the new Coach at San Siro.
Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni says he must try and mastermind a serious Scudetto challenge in 2012-13.
Francesco Guidolin says he’ll continue his coaching career with Udinese. “Inter won’t call me up.”
Palermo have underlined that they expect Federico Balzaretti to remain at the Stadio Barbera ahead of next season.
The agent of Mattia Destro says all of Italy’s big clubs are chasing his client, while Genoa have revealed that Inter are in pole position for him.
Gianluca Vialli would rather see Edinson Cavani of Napoli at former club Juventus than Arsenal’s Robin Van Persie.
Miralem Pjanic insists Roma can use their disappointing campaign as a building block for the future.
Claudio Marchisio understands that the Juventus squad will have to evolve over the summer if they want to challenge for the Champions League.
Gianluigi Buffon is back to his best after helping Juventus to Scudetto glory, says Gianluca Pagliuca.
Pescara boss Zdenek Zeman has cooled speculation that he could become the new Coach of Fiorentina.
German champions Borussia Dortmund are being paired with a move for Atalanta youngster Manolo Gabbiadini.
Inter made contact with Genoa on Tuesday in an effort to re-sign Mattia Destro, says the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Napoli will look to sign Rodrigo Palacio from Genoa this summer should they sell Ezequiel Lavezzi.
Former Milan defender Stefano Nava has applauded the club for extending the contract of Mario Yepes.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Marco Materazzi launched another attack on Leonardo and revealed Mario Balotelli “wore Milan socks to training once, so I cut them up.”
Torino are back on top of the table after thrashing Sassuolo in their rescheduled match, while Pescara failed to turn around the Livorno game.
Ezequiel Lavezzi and Napoli are reportedly close to reaching an agreement with Paris Saint-Germain, so Inter are redirecting their interest to Mattia Destro.
Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez is likely to leave Catania, says his agent, after confirming offers from Atletico Madrid and Inter.
Hernanes has admitted his future at Lazio is up in the air. “I don’t know if I’ll stay, but I hope so.”
Leonardo Bonucci has thanked Antonio Conte for improving him as a player and has “incredible hunger” for Euro 2012.
There are reports in Uruguay that Sebastian Sosa is already in Italy to undergo a medical and sign for Napoli.
Fiorentina concede “there are many clubs interested in Stevan Jovetic,” so the player might be eager to move on.
Roma have announced the extension of contracts for director Walter Sabatini and three of their talented young players.
Marco Verratti’s agent confirms “daily talks” with Juventus, but insists there’s no deal yet for the 19-year-old surprise Italy starlet.
It’s rumoured Roma have offered Under-21 international Alessandro Crescenzi in exchange for Catania releasing Coach Vincenzo Montella.
Andrea Pirlo believes the Scudetto and Sunday’s Coppa Italia Final with Napoli are the beginning of a new Juventus era. “Now we can start really winning.”
Massimo Ambrosini’s “adventure at Milan should continue,” declared the veteran midfielder’s agent, denying reports of a problem with the Coach.
Gianfranco Zola “is ready to be a Coach in Italy” after reports linking him with the Lazio job, said ex-West Ham director Gianluca Nani.
Fiorentina team manager and caretaker Coach Vincenzo Guerini warned of a revolution. “I doubt more than four players will remain.”
Milan have gone to the trouble of releasing a statement denying there are problems between Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Massimiliano Allegri.
Antonio Cassano reveals how it felt to make his comeback after heart surgery and how he “wanted to quit” after seeing two sportsmen die during games.

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